I was given a "hard copy" of this book almost 20 years ago, read it and loved it, but gave it away to someone during the years since. That's okay, but it was a happy discovery when I encountered this Lamsa book on the Archive recently. Now I can read it again whenever I choose, and forward the link to others who might appreciate it as I have.
George Lamsa had a unique insight that few other moderate 20th century theologians possessed, and he was endorsed in his time by people all across the Christian spectrum, from Charles Fillmore and Norman Vincent Peale to Billy Graham and Oral Roberts (!), so he must have been saying something meaningful to attract such a diversity of attention, approval, and acclaim.